The refrigerator at home is communications central, covered with magnets collected during our travels as well as pictures of family and friends. A surface for magnets is one of the few things missing from the Scamp. I'd toyed with adding sheet metal to the refrigerator door, but liked the poster treatment better.
We decided that the door above the closet was the candidate for this simple mod. It's near eye level, and visible as you enter the trailer.
I picked up a piece of 24 gauge sheet metal to use. Cutting it was more of a challenge. I have access to a shear, but only for cutting aluminum. I could have cut it with hand shears, but didn't want the wavy edge that would result. I could have found a sheet metal shop, but... I ended up cutting it with an abrasive disc in the Skilsaw. Very easy!
After filing the edges, I painted both faces with Rustoleum primer, and then sprayed the finished face with gloss black.
Five pieces of VHB tape went on the back side
and then it was stuck to the panel portion of the door. I have a short stack of rare earth magnets left over from a boat project that will work for hanging up photos or notes until we can collect a few more decorative magnets.
Now if you want to ride along, just send us a photo and you, too, can be stuck up!